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The Buffalo Bills have not taken a wide receiver in the first round of the NFL Draft since 2014, when they moved all the way up to No. 4 to take Sammy Watkins.

Now, a decade later, an analyst believes it could be time for another big move. The Athletic’s Joe Buscaglia speculated that there was a “compelling case” for the Bills to trade up into the top 10 of this year’s NFL Draft and take advantage of a historically deep wide receiver group.
While Buscaglia noted that the Bills lack the draft capital to trade up for expected top receiver Marvin Harrison Jr., they could snag the next-best receiver on the list.
Buscaglia wrote that the Bills could consider trading up to land LSU wide receiver Malik Nabers, who is expected to be the second receiver off the board. He added that Nabers would be the first receiver taken in most years, but will now fall somewhere in the back half of the top 10.
Nabers has superstar potential, boasting a versatile skill set to line up wherever he’s needed and a knack for YAC (yards after catch),” Buscaglia wrote. “That is everything the Bills are looking for in a potential new top target for Josh Allen.”

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